TOEFL Test Centers in Arkansas, USA

By | February 16, 2019

TOEFL Test Centers in Arkansas

The TOEFL iBT test is offered in the state of Arkansas. The list below shows testing locations for computer based TOEFL exam. Please scroll down to find the most up-to-date list of available test centers (including addresses) in Arkansas.

  1. Harding University – STN12053A
    803 E Center Ave, American Studies Bldg, Rm 206,
    Searcy, Arkansas 72149 United States
  2. Little Rock – APCN-5212
    10800 Financial Center Parkway, Suite 340,
    Little Rock, Arkansas 72211 United States
  3. Arkansas Tech University – STN13940A
    Ross Pendergraft Library Room 334, 305 W Q Street, Attn: Debbie Ennis,
    Russellville, Arkansas 72801 United States

Arkansas TOEFL iBT

Arkansas Area Codes

Short for AR, Arkansas was admitted to United States on 06/15/1836. The capital city is Little rock. With an area of 137,732 km², Arkansas has a population of 2,937,979. The population density is 21.33 people per km². According to ALLCITYCODES, Arkansas has 3 area codes: 479, 501, 870. If you need to call your testing center, please be sure to add such an area code before phone number you are given.

Symbols of the state of Arkansas

  • Tree – short coniferous pine and frankincense pine (Pinus echinataand Pinus taeda)
  • Flower – apple tree flowers (Pyrus malus)
  • Cereal (cereal) – rice
  • Grape variety – Cintiana (Norton)
  • The animal is a white-tailed (virginsky) deer (Odocoileus virginianus)
  • Bird – many-voiced mockingbird (Mimus polyglottos)
  • Fish – Mississippian shell (alligator pike, Atractosteus spatula)
  • Insect – honey bee (Apis mellifera)
  • Butterfly – Diana fritillari (Speyeria diana)
  • Food product (vegetable) – South Arkansas pink tomatoes
  • Food product (nut) – pecan
  • Drink – milk
  • Gemstone – diamond
  • Mineral – quartz
  • Rock – bauxite
  • Dance – square dance
  • Musical instrument – fiddle (“folk violin”)
  • Song – “Arkansas” (Arkansas, author of music and lyrics by Eva Barnet)

Some Notable Arkansas Natives and Residents

  • Scott Joplin (Scott Joplin, 1868-1917) – musician and composer, known as the “King of Ragtime”. Born in Texas, but spent his childhood in Arkansas.
  • Hattie Wyatt Caraway (1878-1950) – politician, first woman elected to the US Senate. Born in Tennessee, but later lived in Arkansas.
  • Douglas MacArthur (1880-1964) was a famous military leader. Born in Little Rock.
  • John Gould Fletcher (1886–1950) was a poet and writer. Born in Little Rock.
  • Edward Durrell Stone (Edward Durrell Stone, 1902-1978) is a famous architect. Born in Fayetteville.
  • Jay Hanna “Dizzy” Dean (1910–1974) was a famous baseball player. Born in the village of Lukas.
  • Daisy Bates (1914–1999) was a journalist, writer, and civil rights activist. Played an important role in the “crisis of desegregation” in 1957. She was born in the town of Hattig.
  • Samuel Moore Walton (Samuel Moore Walton, 1918-1992) – businessman, founder of the largest Walmart chain of stores. Born in Little Rock.
  • Maya Angelou (Maya Angelou, 1928-2014) – writer and poet. Born in Missouri, but lived in Arkansas as a child.
  • Johnny Cash (Johnny Cash, 1932-2003) is a famous singer, musician and songwriter. Born in the town of Kingsland.
  • Eldridge Cleaver (1935-1998) – writer, political activist, one of the leaders of the Black Panther Party. Born in the town of Wabbasika.
  • William Jefferson “Bill” Clinton (William Jefferson “Bill” Clinton, 1946–) is the 42nd President of the United States. Born in Hope.
  • John Grisham (1955–) is a popular writer. Born in Jonesboro.